Spiff Tops Eight G2 Fall Reports
Redefining sales commissions for enterprises and mid-market business, Spiff named leader in two-thirds of G2’s fall sales compensation reports
Spiff, the leading sales commission software for forward-thinking revenue and sales organizations, was named the leader in eight Fall Sales Compensation reports by G2.com, the largest software marketplace and review platform, quadrupling the number of reports it led in last spring. The company also improved its performance in G2.com’s Sales Performance Management report and, in total, appeared in 31 Fall reports, most notably claiming the number spot in the Overall Sales Compensation report.
Spiff named the leader in eight @G2dotcom Fall Sales Compensation reports.
“Businesses have had it with the traditional and antiquated ways of managing sales commissions. Spreadsheets no longer cut it because of how complex today’s sales organizations are,” Jeron Paul, CEO and Founder, Spiff, said. “They can’t manage the human element of variable compensation. Finance leaders we work with are sick and tired of being seen as the bad guys with sales leaders – whose frustration with the manual ways of managing people’s variable pay is warranted – and are eager for innovations that will cut down on the time and headaches that come with managing sales commissions. Our success in the latest G2.com reports is another indicator that businesses are ready to automate this process and bring humanity back to it.”
The eight reports Spiff was named a leader in are: Enterprise Relationship Index for Sales Compensation; Mid-Market Grid® Report for Sales Compensation; Mid-Market Implementation Index for Sales Compensation; Mid-Market Relationship Index for Sales Compensation; Mid-Market Results Index for Sales Compensation | Fall 2021; Grid® Report for Sales Compensation; Momentum Grid® Report for Sales Compensation; and Small-Business Grid® Report for Sales Compensation.
“We did a head to head comparison with other commission systems, including the long term ‘leader.’ Hands down Spiff had more flexibility for commission rules as well as a strong online presence to support our sales team,” said a vice president of sales operations at an enterprise company. “As the product has matured, they’ve added reporting and other capabilities that have increased the product’s value to us.”